Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass returns for second year
Five premier cultural arts organizations — Jacob Burns Film Center, Historic Hudson Valley, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Storm King Art Center, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival — announced Tuesday that they will participate in the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass for a second year.
The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass offers a discounted bundle of tickets to the season’s top events. With offerings across the five partner organizations, the Pass helps consumers access a diversified season of arts and culture within the region.
Participating organizations include:
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Katonah
Pass holders receive two tickets to a concert of their choosing at one of Caramoor’s open-air venues. Performances span genres of classical, American roots, jazz, global, Broadway and opera.
“Music has the unique ability to unite people across geography, through history, and from all lived experiences,” said Caramoor president and chief executive officer Edward Lewis, III. “We hope that Caramoor fans and newcomers alike will take advantage of this great deal and experience!”
Historic Hudson Valley, Sleepy Hollow Country
Pass holders receive two tickets for tours of three National Historic Landmarks: Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, Union Church of Pocantico Hills and Philipsburg Manor.
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Garrison
The 2023 Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival season includes two of Shakespeare’s greatest hits, Love’s Labor’s Lost and Henry V, as well as the world premiere of Penelope. Pass holders receive two tickets to a weekday (Monday - Thursday) performance of their choice.
Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville
Pass holders receive four complimentary tickets to any regular screening. The Film Center hosts new releases, award-winning foreign films and documentaries. Anticipated new releases this summer include Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Greta Gerwig’s Barbie, Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, and Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City.
Storm King Art Center, Mountainville
Pass holders can explore large-scale sculptures under the open sky in Storm King’s 500-acre landscape, including new special exhibitions by Beatriz Cortez, Ugo Rondinone, and RA Walden. Rent a bike, ride the tram, join a free tour or family program, or lounge among the art with a picnic lunch. Passholders receive admisison for two people on the day of their choice.
“There are so many wonderful places in the Hudson Valley to enjoy art, music, film, performance, and the outdoors,” said Storm King Art Center president John P. Stern. “I hope that the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass encourages people to visit somewhere they’ve never been or seek out a new experience.”
The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass costs $185. A link for more information can be found on each of the participating organizations’ websites through May 31, 2023. Click here to purchase the pass.